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- Public Domain
- Digitizing sponsor
- General Mills Co.
Ken Smith sez: A commercial with peppy narration and production. The Òspace offerÓ is a plastic rocket that breaks apart and drops two plastic astronauts on a paper moon target. A challenging game of skill.
Television commercials Children Surrealism Rockets Blastoffs Cereals Breakfast cereals Cheerios Juice (tomato) V-8 juice Space age
- 2002-07-16 00:00:00
- Closed captioning
- United States
- Run time
Subject: Just V8?
The cereal is for the kids but the V8 and Smirnoff...that's for mom....at least until she wound up at the Betty Ford Center.
C'mon. Nobody drinks V8 straight up.
Subject: Spaced Out!
Subject: You guys dont have any taste.
Subject: oh boy
i bet those boys dont have a gag reflex; which is how they can drink that disgusting juice.
--that almost means you can shove your' penis down there throat.
or just poke out there eye and skull fuck the hell outa 'em. that's a good fucking right there.
Subject: Can You Actually Get Kids to Drink V-8?
Subject: Meh. Can't we use milk instead?
It is interesting how V-8 is similar to the Nazi name of their Vengeance Weapon rockets, and here they sell a rocket that explodes above the moon... what a great, morale boosting toy.
"Landing the corpses of astronauts on a moon map!"
Subject: Effective ad for youngsters
Subject: remember when?
Fun viewing. From a 21century perspective however one has to ask: what were we thinking?
Subject: Childhood Mystery Solved
Subject: What de Funk is V-8?
Good film a must-to-see.
Subject: V8 and cheerios ?
Subject: Ugh, no thanks.
In this ad, two kids wander in with space helmets (apparently they just flew in for breakfast from the rocket that is shown at the beginning of the ad) and dive right in to their bowls of Cheerios and glasses of V8 (please, don't upchuck it on the table boys). There;s a prize too, a Space rocket thing, that looks to be two pieces, when the two separate, two spacemen fall out on a game pad. The 2 boys sprint down to see this on the floor, then stay there, apparently transfixed at what the rocket has done. Classic. Reccomended!
Subject: And it's a great epicac!
Subject: The Good Ol' Days
Subject: What a Deal!
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